We have to fight for our right to party.
June 18, 2003 12:57 PM   Subscribe

The Right to Party. "This time, for real, I’m calling for the establishment of a Party Party, or, at the very least, for a Party Party attitude. I’m issuing a call to arms for those of us always in need of, as the great Jeff Spicoli once said, tasty waves and a cool buzz." Hedonists and libertines, unite!
posted by homunculus (15 comments total)
 
I'm thinking the Bush twins are going to be joining the Party Party. Who's up for President Bush III?
posted by orange swan at 1:01 PM on June 18, 2003


Dude, I'm totally hosting a fundraiser!
posted by Ignatius J. Reilly at 1:02 PM on June 18, 2003


I WANT YOU... to fucking rock out!


posted by Ignatius J. Reilly at 1:06 PM on June 18, 2003


"Let it be written on this day in the year 2003 that it is our inaliable right to get a party going. And when we get a party going, and when it's time to party, verily we shall party hard."

(signature here)
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 1:06 PM on June 18, 2003


Apparently there is already quite a Party of Parties.

In my younger days I thought it would be fun to be a Charter Member of the Let's Party.
posted by jaronson at 1:19 PM on June 18, 2003


How far does a government have to go before a large enough group of people band together and say, "No, what you say isn't important to us anymore. I don't recognize your laws, and I don't especially think anyone else needs to. You have no right in my bedroom, in my living room, in my lungs, up my nose, in my veins or in my pants. You can't hope to control what I grow in my backyard. You won't make me behave like you want, and you certainly can't make me believe what you do."

Civil liberties... blah blah blah... if I can't fuck, drink and drug like I want, I'm moving to Canada. Oh wait... I'm already there.

Anyway, violent revolution is what you need. It wouldn't be so bad compared to some of the things that have been perpetrated upon you over the last couple years. And then you could have a big ol' party.
posted by jon_kill at 1:20 PM on June 18, 2003


I'm sorry, but it's pronounced "par-tay".
posted by slipperywhenwet at 2:02 PM on June 18, 2003


jon's real first name? buzz.

...and thus it came to pass that there finally was found a way that Mefis of all stripes, all political leanings, trolls and intellectuals, left and right, could come together as one legion, one Grande Armee, for but a single purpose and with but a single overriding cause:

That cause? To party. Sign me up, XQUZPHYR!
posted by UncleFes at 2:02 PM on June 18, 2003


I, for one, welcome our new bong-toting band of par-taying overlords.
posted by tr33hggr at 2:12 PM on June 18, 2003


2000: Nader, Nader, Nader.
2004: Partay, Partay, Partay.
posted by wendell at 2:16 PM on June 18, 2003


In last year's municipal elections Vancouver saw the Dance Party Party on the ballot. I don't dance so I thought it democratic to be able to vote in someone who would.
posted by holycola at 4:34 PM on June 18, 2003


Here are more details on the DEA's fun with the RAVE Act in Montana: New Law Assists Political Intimidation
posted by homunculus at 5:24 PM on June 18, 2003


The Beastie Boys told us about this during the Reagan Administration.

First it is your mom throwing away your best porno mag...and the next thing you know Ashcroft's boys are breaking down your door.
posted by birdherder at 5:26 PM on June 18, 2003


That reminds of this total nutcase who was running for mayor of San Francisco in 1995. Party on, man!
posted by Down10 at 7:01 PM on June 18, 2003


I did my part last night.

And unclefes: There is nothing more important than a good party. Sorry if that wasn't clear.
posted by jon_kill at 6:23 AM on June 19, 2003


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